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Ameya S. Balsekar

Associate Professor of Government
920-832-6930

My interests are in the sub-field of Comparative Politics, with a focus on developing countries, the politics of identity, political rhetoric, and constitution-making. I also teach courses on democracies and dictatorships in comparative perspective, and the politics of cities.

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Ameya S. Balsekar

Associate Professor of Government
920-832-6930

My interests are in the sub-field of Comparative Politics, with a focus on developing countries, the politics of identity, political rhetoric, and constitution-making. I also teach courses on democracies and dictatorships in comparative perspective, and the politics of cities.

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Jose Encarnacion directing the LU Jazz Band

Jose L. Encarnacion (He/Him/His)

Associate Professor of Music and Director of Jazz Studies
920-832-6629
José L. Encarnación leads the jazz improvisation classes, directs the LU Jazz Band, coaches jazz small groups, teaches applied jazz saxophone, coordinates the jazz performance program and Chairs the Jazz & Improvisational Music Department and The Bachelor of Musical Arts Program at the Lawrence University Conservatory of Music.
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Lena L. Khor (she/her)

Associate Professor of English
920-832-7223

I love reading literature: It teaches, delights, and moves me. I enjoy sharing my love of literature with others through my research and teaching. My research areas are human rights and humanitarianism (how to love and live with people) and environmentalism (how to love and live with nature).

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Beth A. Zinsli (she/her)

Assistant Professor of Art History, Curator of the Wriston Art Center Galleries and Museum Studies Interdisciplinary Area Program Director
920-832-6942

I teach courses on the history and theory of photography, museum studies, global modernisms, and contemporary art. In addition to an active curatorial practice, I research photography from Cuba and the Cuban diaspora. 

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